Aquaculture is central in meeting expanding global demands for shrimp consumption. Consequently, increasing feed use is mainly responsible for the overall environmental impact of aquaculture production. Significant amounts of fishmeal are included in shrimp diets, causing dependency on finite marine resources.
Driven by economic incentives, terrestrial plant ingredients are widely viewed as sustainable alternatives.
Incremental fishmeal substitution by plant ingredients in shrimp feed was...
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